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Brothers United Network, Inc. An empowerment center for African American Same Gender Loving/LGBT Men, Women, and their partners, family & friends that provides leadership skills, health referrals and services. This network also supplies an empowerment structure for personal growth, community building and positive self actualization through the efforts of the statewide BU chapters, as well as the Young Brothers United, Sisters United and Nashville Black Pride groups. , PO Box # 68335, Nashville TN 37206. To reach by phone call the BU HIV Prevention and Outreach Program Office at Nashville CARES (800) 845-4266 x 269.

Comprehensive Care Center (CCC): The (CCC) is an HIV/AIDS not-for-profit outpatient medical clinic located in Nashville TN. It is the largest provider of outpatient medical services to people living with HIV disease in the State of Tennessee; and one of the largest free-standing HIV clinics in the country. It is located at 345 24th Avenue and the phone number is 615 321-9556.

Diversity Builder: Free GLBT-friendly healthcare and business referrals to the GLBT community in Nashville and nationwide, as a public service. If a doctor or business is not available on their site, they will personally find one free of charge. They also now offer world-class GLBT-related diversity training.

H. Franklin Brooks Fund- at the Nashville Community Foundation: The H. Franklin Brooks Philanthropic Fund was created at The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to encourage the inclusion, acceptance and recognition of Middle Tennessee's lesbian and gay citizens by promoting respect and equality, improving services and strengthening alliances.

Human Rights Campaign (HRC): Email:, Web:, Voicemail: (615) 356-8132

One in Teen: is a Nashville-based youth agency serving sexual minority/GLBTQ young adults from ages 14 to 21. OIT is the longest running such organization in the State of Tennessee and serves youth from all over Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. 109 29th Avenue North, Suite # 8. For more information come to the Wednesday evening peer group meeting or contact us by phone (615.228.9948) or /

GLBT Chamber of Commerce: Formally [NAPP] Nashville Association of Professional Persons. The Nashville GLBT Chamber is a diverse and mutually supportive group of gay and lesbian professionals and supporter's who advocate equality in the work-place and in society, seek to encourage business and social opportunities through networking, and provide leadership to the gay and lesbian community, as well as the community at large. Meetings are held at Loews Vanderbilt Plaza Hotel on West End Ave. at 21st Avenue Every 4th Tuesday of the month from 5:30pm - 7:30pm

Nashville Black Pride: Brings together African American and other Gay/Same Gender Loving People of Color in a social, none threatening and empowering setting to uplift, educate and present positive images and self actualization that help to maintain a healthy, productive and visionary community. This event is licensed through the International Federation of Black Prides Organization and takes place the last weekend in October.

Nashville CARES: 501 Brick Church Park Drive 615- 259-4866 / 800 845-4266 As Tennessee's largest and oldest AIDS Service Organization, Nashville CARES is the primary provider of HIV prevention education and support services for those living wih HIV and AIDS in Middle Tennessee.

Nashville PRIDE: The mission of Nashville Pride is to foster a sense of pride, community, and awareness of, about, and for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) people and culture through education and outreach to the GLBT community and the community at large. Nashville Pride Committee, PO Box 330931, Nashville TN 37203. The Pride Line (615) 650-6736 email: /

MAC Productions: A Unique Entertainment Compay Specilizing in Male Impersonation The MAC Production mission statement and contact information is as follows: To raise the level and quality of male impersonation to the equivalent of othr recognizable and respectul drag performances. We focuse on Female to Male impersonation & the pageantry system and is an equal opportuntiy company that is always searching for a variety of diverse men and women to join the production team. Phone: 615 498-1956, e-mail:

TAPWA: Tennessee Association of People with AIDS: Invites, encourages, and maintains participation of people living with HIV/AIDS in TN through State and Federal planning, coordination, funding, and advocacy activities. Dave Henricks 383-9285

Tennessee Equality Project (TEP): Our mission is to promote and sustain the equality of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons in the state of Tennessee through the establishment of fair and equitable laws protecting these rights and the elimination of laws that would seek to counter this effort. Equality is meant to include the protection of human and civil rights and the elimination of prejudice and discrimination.

Tennessee Transgender PAC P.O. Box 92335, Nashville, TN 37209 -,

Tennessee Vals (T-VALS) Support/social group for CD's, TG's, group meets 2nd Saturday (615) 664-6883.



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